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moved around or utilized. >> reporter: concerns about the weapons. recent bombs of government buildings in damascus and stepped up fighting all underscoring the rebels are taking the fight to the regime's power centers. a senior administration official tells cnn that president obama's red line on syria's chemical and biological weapons is all about the potential use of those weapons and the latest intelligence shows that there is no evidence that is about to hap aen. deb, victor. >> barbara starr, thank you so much. we will take you to the region live for more on this story coming up in just a few minutes. >>> president obama spoke with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu over the phone for about 20 minutes yesterday. the white house reaffirmed his commitment to israel security and agreed they must prevent iran from getting a nuclear weapon. the president has been criticized for not meeting with netanyahu in person. netanyahu has expressed frustration with the u.s. for not taking a more aggressive stance on iran. the u.s. is relying on diplomacy and sanctions. >>> and shortly afte
't even try to dodge a question. he just said this. listen. >> as a government -- >> is there a misconception? >> you get to ask the questions you want. i get to give the answers i want. fair enough. >> all right. so why have moderators. just make statements. don't ask? i would imagine maybe there are people who say, all right, right on, mitt romney. did he get points for honesty or getting points taken away clearly for not even caring about the question. >> so they all do this and they're all trained to do this. what's interesting about this clip is mitt romney's honesty where he say this is the philosophy i have. you know, henry kissinger used to come to press conferences and say, who has questions for my answers, and that's a very -- that's what people are coached to do. what's unusual is mitt romney actually ar titiculating that. >> when we sit around and watch and someone says, he dodged the question, do you care for the most part? >> from our experiments we find that for the most part viewers don't notice, and that's because the answers are usually similar
and government forces e fighting it out block by block. opposition liters say at least 21 people were killed across the nation in fighting yesterday. that's what it looked and sounded like on the streetses o aleppo. it's just one of the cultural and civilian landmarks being destroyed in civil war. i-tv's bill sealy has more. >> reporter: in one city this would be bad enough. in three, it's a disaster, but this is now the reality in the three main cities of syria. the ragings, troops fighting rebels for control of whole districts. aleppo is syria's biggest city and business capital engulfed now in the business of war. the damage is extraordinary. the death toll incal cue label. aleppo is being destroyed to make it safe. syrian troops are on the offensive in the country's third city, homs. recapturing many areas from what they say are foreign fighters and extremist muslims. rebels they say directly armed by arab states. in one district they took, they showed us what they said was an abandoned rebel headquarters. bags with saudi arabian markings scattered around, a makeshift scaffold with ropes
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